Have you ever imagined the kind of jobs our top politicians would be doing in a different life under totally different circumstances had they not stumble into or woven their way into politics?
Well, imagine no more because we bring you a the kind of job your favourite politician would be doing in another life.
1. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia – Teacher/Lecturer
With all the big words and economic ideas, theories and policies, there is no doubt that the NPP vice president aspirant Dr Mahamudu Bawumia would have been a great teacher; a high school economics teacher or a university economics lecturer.
2. Dr Paa Kwasi Nduom – Police Officer
Though the embittered PPP founder and disqualified presidential aspirant posses a fine entrepreneurial spirit and a great set of tools for entrepreneurship, Paa Nkwasi Nduom’s mfemfem makes him look more like a police officer.
Well, I hope that if he finally gets the opportunity to be a police officer, he wouldn’t be just another one Ghana cedi cop.
3. Dr Hassan Ayariga – Comedian
Founder and Presidential aspirant of APC, Hassan Ayariga would have been a comedian in another life, not the very funny type but the David Oscar type who barely makes anyone laugh.
4. Akua Donkor – Key Soap Concert Party Character/Comedian
Like her dear friend Ayariga, Madame Akua Donkor would also have been a comedian. Perhaps the Key Soap concert Party kind of comedian, and she surely would have been more successful than Ayariga.
5. Asiedu Nketiah (General Mosquito) – Family Head/Abusuapanin
With his undying love for “mansotwe” (litigation), innuendo and his funny witty comments and remarks, the General Mosquito would be the perfect abusuapanin for any Akan family.
6. Kennedy Agyapong – Kumasi Sencond-hand Clothes Seller
With his braggadocious attitude and the need for always remind people of his wealth and net-worth, the Assin North MP would have been a perfect “fos” seller at the Kumasi Adum-Kejeitia railway lane.
7. John Mahama – Tailor
With all the empty promises about fixing Ghana and it’s woes, President Mahama would have been a great tailor. ? … Everyday go and come sor!
(This part of the post is borrowed from omgvoice.com)
8. Nana Konadu – Kumasi-Abidjan Trader
With her fashion sense and her miss independent attitude, the former first lady and founder of NDP would have made a trunk load of money as a merchant plying her trade up and down Kumasi-Abidjan.
9. Akufo-Addo – Branding/Marketing Expert
There isn’t any doubt that Nana Addo Dankwar Akufo-Addo would have been a very successful and accomplished branding and marketing consultant had he not jumped into the pool of politics and governance.
Well, don’t just take my word for it, look at his recent pro-bono work for Kalyppo Ghana.